Teaching About Place - Laird Christensen & Hal Crimmel-Eds

Teaching About Place

By Laird Christensen & Hal Crimmel-Eds

  • Release Date - Published: 2008-02-28
  • Book Genre: Nature
  • Author: Laird Christensen & Hal Crimmel-Eds
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The sixteen essays in this anthology describe the practice of teaching about place, with the goal of inspiring educators as well as other readers to discover the value of close investigation of their own places. The contributors discuss places from the desert river canyons of the American West, to the bayous of Texas, to wildlife refuges on the Atlantic Coast, to New England’s forests and river, and back to the wildland-urban interface in suburban Southern California. <br> These essays reveal broader lessons about the possibilities and limitations that come with teaching about place and inhabiting our own places outside the classroom. Contributors include: Ann Zwinger, Bradley John Monsma, SueEllen Campbell, Terrell Dixon, and John Elder.<br> <br>

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